Mars, along with parts of Earth, is covered in what are called barchan dunes—features shaped into crescents by wind activity. Crank up the saturation in the photo and they look amazing.
Photographer Giuseppe Nucci documents cosmists, transhumanists, and cryonicists in Russia.
These mom-and-pop stores have persisted even as the Motor City has declined.
Photographer Frank Kunert photographs miniature scenes of modern life—with a bizarre twist.
The 'Fortnite' Pro-Am event, held during the E3 videogame show this week, brought together titans and fans of the world's biggest game.
Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze captures daily life unfolding atop buildings in the crowded district of Kowloon.
The huge cloud blocks out the Sun, sending Oppy into low-power mode.
Photographer Adam Kasteff puts his own spin on landscape photography.
The strikes are a lot like on Earth, but they tend to linger toward the poles.
When photographer Reuben Wu visited the Svalbard Satellite Station in Norway, the sun never strayed far from the horizon.
Terri Loewenthal uses self-made reflective optics to compose scenes that look like double exposures but are actually single shots.
Christie Hemm Klok photographed 45 women who work for the San Francisco Fire Department.
Once upon a time, an asteroid or comet got a bit too close to Mars, leaving a deep, permanent reminder of the encounter on the surface of the planet.
Photographer Rachael Talibart spends months waiting for the perfect shot.
NASA's satellite takes on the exploratory work of the Kepler mission, which so far has discovered more than 2,000 planets orbiting other stars.
Nikola Olic flattens out skylines to create beautiful, often witty juxtapositions.
Ole Witt’s flash photographs make bureaucracy all too real—particularly India’s, dubbed one of the worst in Asia.
For one photographer, Mary Shelley's sci-fi novel is more relevant than ever.
NASA just released an image of a crater-dune combination it is calling Bachan Pac-Man.
These drones-eye aerial shots capture a Scandinavian summer destination in off-season transition.
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